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If you had a penny for every time someone tried to convert you, how rich or poor would be?

ChrisJones 6 Feb 20

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I would have maybe 8 pennies certainly less than 50.

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After being dragged out of bed for the umpteenth time early one Saturday morning to hear "the good news" (I worked nights at the time) I told them I didn't need saving, I didn't believe in hell. They asked my religion so I said "wiccan". They were confused & asked, "whats that?" Me: "you know, a witch. I don't like to use that word...witch...too much baggage." They could not leave fast enough & evidently it got our address on the "do not convert" list.

lol! I’ll have to remember that.

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I'd be poor. I guess I have my good, old resting bitch face to thank for making me unapproachable.

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Not that rich because they think I'm way too lost when in fact it's them lol. suits me just fine.

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Not very, maybe 50 cents. Everyone who tried quickly learns that I know more about their religion then they do. I actually enjoy talking to religious folks though, use their phasing against them. For created "dog kind and human kind and Bird kind"... also measles kind, bubonic plague kind, dung beetle kind... it's fun.

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If that were the case then over my 64 years I'd have to reckon on my having enough to be able supplement my meager government pension quite a bit.
Especially considering that my Evangelist neighbour tries repeatedly at every opportunity to 'lead' me to the path.'
Hey, IF you made it a dollar for every 'attempt' then in the last 4 years I'd have enough to say goodbye to the pension completely.

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Maybe enough to get a bottle of water.

Gohan Level 7 Feb 20, 2018
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Maybe a nickel. The Mormon missionaries are very polite.

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Pretty sure I broadcast myself as a lost cause. Bored the hell out of a Krishna follower once. I take it as a mark of pride.

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lol... maybe a nickel... or less. But then, maybe people who meet me don't want me in their group, eh?

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Not as rich as I would be for all the times religious folk have spewed logically incoherent and fallacious arguments at me.

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I'd be rich enough to buy Trump a better wig and have enough left over to get him to wear it

Maybe have it stapled to his head.

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I'd be wicked rich..

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If I had to live on the money, would have starved years ago. Don't suffer fools gladly.

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LOL I'd be a freakin' millionaire!

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In truth, it would be chump change. Might amount to more if I lived in the Bible Belt and wasn't willing to be seen as "rude" by the impertinent.

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I'd be starving. Never overtly or pushy - but a couple times subtly.

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I would be able to get a donut and coffee, I think.

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